Bihar By-Elections Campaign Over, Public Review Begins

The noise of campaigning for the by-elections to two assembly seats in Bihar has ended. The parties have played their bets to win the Kusheshwar Asthan and Tarapur seats.
Bihar By-Elections Campaign Over, Public Review Begins
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The noise of campaigning for the by-elections to two assembly seats in Bihar has ended. The parties have played their bets to win the Kusheshwar Asthan and Tarapur seats in Bihar. Voting will now be held on October 30 and his fate will be decided on November 2. Earlier today we are telling you that what is the cast factor in these two assemblies? How have the politicians laid their chessboard and in what way they have confused the public? Now the public will review and show the power of their vote.

Kushwaha is the deciding factor in Tarapur

Earlier we talked about Tarapur Assembly Constituency. He also became the Education Minister for 1 day, but he died in the second wave of Corona. After that this seat became vacant. It is said about Tarapur that the Kushwaha vote bank dominates here. But here Yadav is 65 thousand, Kushwaha 58 thousand, very backward 48 thousand, Vaish 40 thousand, upper-caste 40 thousand, very backward 35 thousand, Muslim 22 thousand and other 9 thousand i.e. total 3 lakh 17 thousand voters.

RJD experimenting and playing different bets

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Image Credit: EC

According to this equation, Yadav's vote bank is huge, but the deciding factor is Kushwaha votes. In such a situation, JDU has fielded Kushwaha candidate Rajiv Kumar Singh in view of its traditional vote bank, while RJD experimenting and playing different bets from its party has fielded Arun Sah of Vaish Samaj. At the same time, Congress has raided the upper caste voters by fielding Rajesh Mishra from the upper caste. Chirag Paswan has once again fielded Rajput candidate Chandan Singh, playing a different bet in the election.

High hopes from the Dalit and Mahadalit community

Now according to the equation of this seat, JDU hopes that Rajeev Kumar Singh will get the support of NDA's upper caste and Vaishya votes and he will win this seat. However, Nitish Kumar also has high hopes from the Dalit and Mahadalit community. At the same time, RJD has not fielded Yadav candidates like last time and has fielded Vaish candidates. In such a situation, the mood of the people of the Vaish community there seems to be changing, although RJD has a lot of faith in its Yadav voters. At the same time, Congress and Chirag Paswan have made a complete plan to sabotage the NDA's plan by fielding upper caste candidates.

Brahmins have had a special influence on Kusheshwar Asthan in Bihar

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Image Credit: IndiaTvnews

Now let's talk about the Kusheshwar Asthan assembly Bihar. Kusheshwar Asthan is a reserved assembly constituency. Here candidates can be fielded from the Dalit Mahadalit community only. Talking about the caste equation, Muslims, Yadavs, and Brahmins play a big role in local politics in this seat. However, Rajputs, Ravidas, Kurmis, Paswan's are also here in good numbers. Shashi Bhushan Hazari has been a frequent MLA of JDU. After his death, JDU has fielded his son Aman Hazari in view of the sympathetic vote bank vote, but if RJD sources are to be believed, the last time Kusheshwar Asthan in Bihar was given to the Congress.

RJD has claimed its old vote by fielding its candidate

It is believed that last time Congress candidate Ashok Ram, who did not have much hold in this area, lost by a margin of 7222 votes. If there was an RJD candidate in his place, then this election would have been won. Regarding this, this time RJD has claimed its old vote by fielding its candidate from Kusheshwar Asthan, bypassing the alliance. But, this seat has been of Congress, even though BJP and JDU won it in the middle elections. But, this time Congress has put it in full force. Congress candidate Athirek Kumar is the son of last-time candidate Ashok Ram. The Brahmins have had a great influence in this area. In such a situation, despite having a reserved seat, the upper caste leaders were campaigning by camping here.

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